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I can't really say how heavy they are, but I lift each side without strain. The plans have upgrades that will shave a few more ounces off, but not a big deal.
If you watch the original video, you will get an idea of how easy they are for me to move around. Yes, I plan on offering the Miter Stand, but plan on some improvements to the design. I am thinking about making the main unit a little shorter and the extensions a little longer, also it needs to be 8' tall like the new design for the UWB as opposed to the current 7'. If may take me a bit before I can complete them as the UWB took around 100 hours. I think now that I have the format down and know a lot more about using SketchUp's Layout module, I can cut a few hours off.
Gerry, I will take a look. I do have a construction master app on my phone, which lets me see inch=mm. My problem is I have to check each time. If I use metric in SketchUp or Layout, I have to confirm it is correct. If I look at a dimension of say 1'11 15/16' when it should be 2', I know automatically that I don't have the right dimension. If it is 608mm I have to convert to feet and inches to confirm.
When I went to France, I had to look up every word to communicate, other wise I would have no idea of what I just ordered off the menu Ron Paulk. Both SketchUp and Layout have many options for how dimensions are shown including mm. I can preset the dimension option for mm, then all dimensioning will be in mm.
Unfortunately, it does not work on existing dimensions. In other words, it is a manual process to convert each dimension to mm. It would be nice if Google would add a global button to switch back and forth. I am planning on creating two sets both inch and metric for the miter bench plans. When time allows, I will create a mm set for the UWB. I wish I had thought about it when working on the design. Thanks, Ron Paulk.
Hi Ron As I told you via email, I got the plans, and printed them. I had to buy some plywood, because I had nothing to match 3/4'. I bought 21mm (a little bit more. Hope it won't be too heavy!) because it seems in France we have only 15, 18 an 21mm. If you are interested, I'll send you metric conversion (I must do it to build the UWB). Just a question concerning sawhorses: wouldn't it be nice to have a slot on both inner and outer section to set the shelf?
It would also improve stability, wouldn't it? Hearing from you soon Frederic. Hi Ron As I told you via email, I got the plans, and printed them. I had to buy some plywood, because I had nothing to match 3/4'.
I bought 21mm (a little bit more. Hope it won't be too heavy!) because it seems in France we have only 15, 18 an 21mm. If you are interested, I'll send you metric conversion (I must do it to build the UWB). Just a question concerning sawhorses: wouldn't it be nice to have a slot on both inner and outer section to set the shelf? It would also improve stability, wouldn't it?
Toad For Oracle Keygen 12 Days. Hearing from you soon Frederic. Frederic, I would go with thinner lighter ply. I am still working on the prototype using 3/4' (19mm) and actually the net of the 3/4' I use is 11/16' When I build the updated version that the plans reflect, I am going to try 3/8' for top of bench, 1/4' on bottom, and 1/2' ply for horses. I am not recommending this until I test it myself. This design gets it strength from the hollow box beam design and glue tying it all together not the thickness of ply. The horses are very strong using 3/4', so much so 1/2' may do the trick. The single tab on horses are more than adequate.
The Paulk Workbench & Miter Stand on Pinterest. Paulk Workbenches and Mitre Stands built by Ron Paulk and others from plans available. Aug 13, 2010. This Ultimate Miter saw Stand project is so popular that we have made complete plans available as a Downloadable Plan. The best miter saw work station. Paulk Miter Stand Plans.mp4. I do sell PDF plans of the bench, miter stand. Ron Paulk: Hi, send me an email with Miter Stand in subject line and I will send.